Any data points outside of normal operations appeared as an anomaly.
If it happens once, it's an anomaly.
We take this anomaly for granted and ignore the real significance of it.
The increases we have now are not a natural anomaly.
You keep listing erroneous claims, quotes deliberately taken out of context and exercise in anomaly hunting.
One could say that you have experienced a statistical anomaly.
They film this astronomical anomaly as it runs through a variety of tricks, then disappears.
The team will concentrate investigating the reasons for this anomaly once the science data has been analysed.
As the sun set, we drove into the hills until we came to the large hotel — an anomaly on the rocky, deserted shoreline.
Extreme behavior exists, but it's the anomaly.
British Dictionary definitions for anomaly
noun (pl) -lies
deviation from the normal or usual order, type, etc; irregularity
Also called true anomaly. the angle between a planet, the sun, and the previous perihelion of the planet
Also called eccentric anomaly. the angle between the periapsis of a particular point on a circle round the orbit as seen from the centre of the orbit. This point is obtained by producing a perpendicular to the major axis of the ellipse through the orbiting body until it reaches the circumference of the circle
Also called mean anomaly. the angle between the periapsis of an orbit and the position of an imaginary body orbiting at a constant angular speed and in the same period as the real orbiting body
Also called gravity anomaly. a deviation from the normal value of gravity at the earth's surface, caused by density differences at depth, for example those caused by a buried mineral body
Also called magnetic anomaly. a magnetic field, for example one produced by a buried mineral body, that deviates from an expected or standard value, usually that of the earth's magnetic field
1570s, from Latin anomalia, from Greek anomalia "inequality," noun of quality from anomalos "uneven, irregular," from an-, privative prefix, "not" (see an- (1)) + homalos "even," from homos "same" (see same).